When people think about identity, they try too identify who they are and who they would like to be. Whether it’s perusing integrity incessantly, intensely working hard to showcase their intensity in order to intensify and ingraine their incredibly high moral supremacy. Or there are those who look at life more cynically, and feel helplessly defined by the things they do that are objectively an obscenity, and now they think God gives them a spiritual felony which makes them a heavenly enemy. But listen attentively, because actions aren’t a necessity too determine someone’s identity. You also can’t find it either in their dependency in a group of people they think effectively describes who they are. You definitely can’t find someone’s definition in a job that gives them the expectancy that they will endlessly live an extensively excessively expensive life for eternity. If internally you are searching for life’s ultimate meaning in something other than Jesus’s amenity, then life will feel peasantry because you won’t understand the pleasantry in pleasantly knowing that spiritually, you are genetically in the heredity of the king who successfully selected you too be a specialty because of the perplexity in your complexity. When you define yourself through him, you will experience serenity splendidly beyond the tendency of this world. Which is desperately looking for meaning, but senselessly looks to things like infidelity and living independently from God. Incidentally, few receive the free bliss that comes from being identified in the trinity.